How Rose Campion Flower Essence Helps You:
Use Rose Campion Flower Essence when you are ready to stop playing out family trauma or are in the process of clearing abuses from your family. Helpful when caught up in a family lineage pattern of being the victim, enabler, and/or perpetrator. Also clears racial and ethnic lineage patterns. For example, the alcoholism and related behaviors in some Irish and Native American lineages.
A story by Diana: “When I tend the gardens here at Tree Frog Farm, I always talk with the fairies and give notice to the plants that are in the wrong place (weeds) before pulling them. I do this because I want to be respectful of all life. One day I noticed some rose campion plants that were smothering a miniature hot tamale rose, but didn’t have a chance to do any weeding for over a week. Then in a fit of frustration and anger, I yanked out the rose campion plants and threw them on the ground. Even as I was doing it, I felt how wrong this was, but couldn’t stop. For 3 days, I walked by the campion plants, slowly dying on the grass. Never did I apologize or move them. Finally, something shifted. I sat with them, apologized for my abusive behavior, and moved them to the compost pile to return them to Mother Earth. During this process, I began to realize the correlation of my behavior toward the rose campions and the alcoholism and abuse in my English/Irish ancestral lineage and immediate family. Not surprising, when the flower essence of rose campion was made a couple of weeks later – from healthy and strong plants in another part of the garden – the signature came through as healing family lineage patterns of the victim, enabler, perpetrator roles so we can access the multi-generational wisdom of our ancestors.”
How Rose Campion Flower Essence Was Made:
Rose Campion Flower Essence was made by the no-pick method of working directly with the plant spirit. While the essence was being made a matrix of Amber, Bloodstone, drusy quartz, Icosahedron cut quartz, Ocean Jasper, pink Peruvian Opal, Silver (white) Topaz, Smokey Quartz, and white Moonstone crystals were placed among the plants with the mother bottles. The sun acts as a transformer to step down spiritual energies from higher dimensions. While the essence was being made, Amber acted as a lens to receive and focus sunlight for this purpose. Bloodstone is an intense healing stone that helps to balance your body while your energy fields realign. It also facilitates admittance to the spiritual realms of the ancestors. Drusy quartz crystals help to energize and stabilize your subtle bodies. Icosahedron cut quartz has 20 (5X4) equilateral sides. It is a bridge between the 5th Dimension - the entry into the unified Spiritual realms - and the 4 cardinal directions (N, S, E, W) on Earth. Ocean Jasper provides access to cellular memory and other energetic patterns that manifest in the body to help you give up destructive behaviors and focus on a better reality. It is calming and protective, heals emotions, lifts your mood, and brings joy and peace. Pink Peruvian Opal clears old subconscious pain, calms the heart, and brings a sense of peace and tranquility. Silver Topaz (AKA White Topaz) helps you to perceive Divine Will and to manifest your highest spiritual path. Smokey quartz is a grounding stone that gently dissolves negative energies and emotional blockages and allows positive frequencies to enter. It aligns the physical body with the etheric body leading to mind and energy balance. White Moonstone instills calm and awareness. It helps you sort your emotions to see how they serve your higher purpose. The actions of the crystals inform the way this flower essence seats into the body/mind.
While Rose Campion Flower Essence was being made imprints of rattle, owl feather, and spirit song coming through Diana’s voice were infused into the essence.
Rose Campion is a common biennial garden plant in the carnation family that originated from northern Africa, southern Europe, and the Middle East. It has become naturalized in North America and is sometimes seen as an invasive weed. Stems are fuzzy grey-green with 5-petaled brilliant magenta flowers that are great hummingbird food. Self-seeding.